Tag: Disruptive

B-Stock Wins 2015 Growth Company of the Year Award

The entire B-Stock team is honored to have been awarded the 2015 Growth Company of the Year Award by the Harvard Business School Association of Northern California! This incredible accolade was presented to our CEO (and Harvard Business School alum) Howard Rosenberg at the 6th Annual Harvard Business School Entrepreneurship Summit. B-Stock won the award in the ‘Business …

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Howard Rosenberg Recognized as an EY Entrepreneur Of The Year Award Semifinalist

The team at B-Stock would like to congratulate our CEO, Howard Rosenberg, on being recognized as an Ernst & Young Entrepreneur Of The Year Award Semifinalist in Northern California. The annual EY awards program recognizes entrepreneurs from around the country who demonstrate excellence, innovation and commitment to their businesses and communities. Inspired by entrepreneurship early …

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B-Stock’s CEO Howard Rosenberg Recognized as 2015 ‘Pro to Know’ by Supply & Demand Chain Executive Magazine

A big congratulations to B-Stock Solutions’ CEO Howard Rosenberg who was recently named a 2015 “Pro to Know” by Supply & Demand Chain Executive magazine. The “Pros to Know” awards recognize top supply chain executives who are leading initiatives to solve supply chain challenges in today’s global climate. In Howard’s case, that involves disrupting the …

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Future of Excess Inventory Liquidation and Reverse Logistics Industry

Adrian Gonzales over at Logistics Viewpoint just posted the mid-year update to his 2009 Logistics Predictions this week.  His predictions have so far been on the mark and we still agree with them now, just like we did back when he made the predictions back in December 2008. Still the most interesting trend to us …

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Everything as a Service

Yesterday, I attended GigaOM’s Structure ’09 conference where HP’s CTO of Cloud Services Strategy, Russ Daniels, made a bold prediction. “Everything as a Service.” To clarify, Daniels’ believes that the current trends in technology will lead to a world where “information, opportunities and experiences — from computing power to business processes to personal interactions” will …

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Dealing with Forecast Inaccuracies

In my inbox this morning, I found a press release announcing a massive one-day $5 million inventory reduction auction by boating company North Point Water Sports.  Events such as this are not uncommon in the manufacturing industry as excess inventory is a major problem for many companies operating in a make-to-stock environment. Unfortunately, a fundamental …

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Preparing for Disruptive Events

Great article by Steve Banker over at Logistics Viewpoint titled Integrating Strategic and Supply Chain Planning at Emerson. In the article, Steve gives a case study of Emerson Process Management, a company that has prepared itself for turbulent times by implementing a robust strategic management planning process. A major part of Emerson’s risk analysis accounts …

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